We’re all shaping local services – from the people who live and work in Greater Manchester, to the many local organisations involved in health and social care here.
Our Taking Charge Together health survey asked the people of Greater Manchester some important questions.
Why aren’t we, as a region, living the healthier lifestyles we know we could? What’s stopping us? What can be done about it?
A healthier Stockport
Following an independent consultation, the Together Stockport programme is finding new ways of improving care in the borough.
The programme brings together the NHS Stockport Clinical Commissioning Group, Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust (mental health services), Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council, Stockport NHS Foundation Trust (Stepping Hill hospital and community health services) and Viaduct Care (a federation representing all Stockport GPs).
The consultation involved more than 500 residents and a wide range of local organisations representing almost 40,000 people, who provided feedback on different aspects of health and social care.
You can read the feedback here.